Family Fun Day and Dog Show at Walford Village Hall

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Join us for a fun-filled day at Walford Village Hall on August Bank Holiday Monday, from 11am to 4pm.

Let the little ones unleash their creativity with vibrant face painting, test their skills in engaging games, and dazzle everyone with their Disney-inspired costumes in our dazzling fancy dress competition. If your furry friend is a star, then don’t miss our exciting dog show! Whether your pup is a playful puppy or a master of tricks, we have categories to showcase their unique talents. And while the kids are busy with entertainment, you can browse the many stalls brimming with local produce, crafts, and refreshments, ensuring there’s something for everyone to enjoy.

Stall Holders and Volunteers:
We are seeking enthusiastic stall holders to showcase their products or services. Whether you’re a local crafter, baker, or business, this is a great opportunity to connect with the community. Book your stall here.

We also welcome volunteers to help on the day with tasks such as marshalling, running games, or assisting at stalls. Your support will make this event a success for all.

For more information, to register as a stall holder, or volunteer, please contact us at

Mark your calendars for August Bank Holiday Monday and join us for a day of family fun, entertainment, and community spirit. Support your local village hall and let’s make this an unforgettable event!

Free public awareness training session on CPR, AED, and PABK

Join us for a vital community event at Walford Village Hall on Saturday, 20th July. We’re hosting a free public awareness training session on CPR, AED, and PABK. This comprehensive training will equip you with life-saving skills that could make a real difference in a crisis. From understanding basic CPR techniques to operating an AED, you’ll gain the knowledge and confidence to act in an emergency. This is a valuable opportunity for all community members to learn how to potentially save a life. Let’s come together, learn some life-saving skills, and empower ourselves to be better prepared to help our community. The training is run by the dedicated volunteer group, Hereford & Worcester Community First Responders, Ross-on-Wye. Visit their website to find out about they support and train our community